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2013

Guidepost Solutions’ Citarella Appointed to New York City Bar Committee

New York, NY – September 24, 2013 – Managing Director of Investigations and Cyber Forensics at Guidepost Solutions LLC, Kenneth C. Citarella, was recently appointed to serve on the New York City Bar Association’s Professional Responsibility Committee for a three year term beginning September 2013.  As a committee member, Citarella will examine legal ethics issues facing New York City practitioners and make recommendations as to potential changes in the standards that govern the conduct of lawyers.

Since joining Guidepost in 2010, Citarella has been involved in several high profile cases.  He supervised more than 300 professionals investigating fraudulent claims for the Gulf Coast Claims Facility in its administration of the $20 billion BP compensation fund.  He also worked as part of the Guidepost Integrity Monitor team in the New York City Rapid Repair program overseeing Superstorm Sandy-related reconstruction projects.

Prior to Guidepost, Citarella worked with a commercial litigation law firm and the Corporate Investigations Division of Prudential.  His distinguished 28-year career as a white-collar and computer crime prosecutor in the Westchester County New York District Attorney’s office concluded as Deputy Chief of the Investigations Division.

Citarella is a Certified Fraud Examiner, a Certified Information Privacy Professional, and an Adjunct Professor of Law at New York Law School.  He frequently lectures before professional, academic, corporate and community groups on computer crime and fraud related issues.  In 2011, he received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the High Technology Crime Investigation Association.  Citarella received a Juris Doctor from New York Law School, a Master of Business Administration in information science from the Lubin School of Business at Pace University, and a Bachelor of Science in business administration at Manhattan College. He resides in North Salem, New York.

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New York, NY – September 24, 2013 – Managing Director of Investigations and Cyber Forensics at Guidepost Solutions LLC, Kenneth C. Citarella, was recently appointed to serve on the New York City Bar Association’s Professional Responsibility Committee for a three year term beginning September 2013.  As a committee member, Citarella will examine legal ethics issues facing New York City practitioners and make recommendations as to potential changes in the standards that govern the conduct of lawyers.

Since joining Guidepost in 2010, Citarella has been involved in several high profile cases.  He supervised more than 300 professionals investigating fraudulent claims for the Gulf Coast Claims Facility in its administration of the $20 billion BP compensation fund.  He also worked as part of the Guidepost Integrity Monitor team in the New York City Rapid Repair program overseeing Superstorm Sandy-related reconstruction projects.

Prior to Guidepost, Citarella worked with a commercial litigation law firm and the Corporate Investigations Division of Prudential.  His distinguished 28-year career as a white-collar and computer crime prosecutor in the Westchester County New York District Attorney’s office concluded as Deputy Chief of the Investigations Division.

Citarella is a Certified Fraud Examiner, a Certified Information Privacy Professional, and an Adjunct Professor of Law at New York Law School.  He frequently lectures before professional, academic, corporate and community groups on computer crime and fraud related issues.  In 2011, he received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the High Technology Crime Investigation Association.  Citarella received a Juris Doctor from New York Law School, a Master of Business Administration in information science from the Lubin School of Business at Pace University, and a Bachelor of Science in business administration at Manhattan College. He resides in North Salem, New York.

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